Walther PPK, which means “Police Pistol Short” in German (Polizeipistole Kurz), was developed in 1931 for German military and police use. It was the most successful double action semi-auto pistols in the world as its design inspired other pistols like the Soviet Makarov, Czech CZ50, etc. PPK/S was developed in 1968 for the US market which used 9mm bullet instead of .32 ACP which PPK used.
PPK and PPK/S is a well known James Bond's weapon for "007' Series until he changed P99 in “Tomorrow Never Die”. He used PPK again (which is a PPK/S in 9mm) in “Quantum of Solace” and also in “Skyfall” which is custom made by Q.
4.5mm (.177) steel BB Version.
Metal Slide and lower frame with licenced “Walther PPK/S” marking.
Semi-Automatic Pistol with blowback action.
CO2 Cartridage store in the chamber covered by the hand grip.
Included 15 rounds Magazine.
Barrel Length: 91mm
Shooting Mode: Safety, Semi-Auto
Weight (g): 580 (with magazine), 690 (with box)
Gas: CO2 (12g CO2 Cartridage)
Magazine Capacity: 15 +1 rds
Material: Metal, Plastic
Bullet type: 4.5mm (.177) steel BB
Power (Muzzle Velocity): 1.5J